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Pricing Per On Demand CLE

$29.95 MSBA MEMBERS
$64.95 NON-MSBA MEMBERS

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Technology CLEs

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Advanced Issues in Online ADR

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The Covid-19 pandemic, beginning in March 2020, brought the legal world and the dispute resolution process to a screeching halt. Social distancing and meeting bans made it impossible to continue with in-person ADR. The dispute resolution world scrambled to transition to online and virtual mediums. Today, most ADR Professionals have mastered the basics of zoom and online meetings. Beyond the basics, there are nuances and finer points of online ADR worthy of being explored and allowing virtual ADR practices to be taken to the next level. This one-hour seminar will examine advanced issues and explore challenges facing today’s ADR professionals as the virtual world continues to expand and evolve.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Technology
  • ADR
Cell Phones Are the New DNA | The Emerging Role of Mobile Device Forensics in Wrongful Conviction Exonerations

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

New evidence produced from testing using new, innovative technology can open the door to judicial action for wrongful conviction review and exonerations. For decades DNA testing was the most popular and effective example of new technology. Now mobile device forensics is emerging as an effective alternative to watch, or even the most promising form of new evidence, because of its speed of technology innovation and adoption, also its support of a diversified number of proof vectors as compared to DNA.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Criminal Law
  • Technology
Data Privacy Law Update (Schrems II, CPRA, and more)

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

On July 16, 2020 the European Court of Justice invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield program, which thousands of companies used to facilitate the transfer of personal data from the EU to the US. On November 3, the voters of California will decide if privacy regulation in California will undergo further historic changes through the California Privacy Rights Act.  Join us for some background, insight, and predictions regarding these two significant developments, as well as a few “quick hits” on other noteworthy privacy updates.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Public Law
  • Technology
Digital Heroes or Totalitarian Tech? Hot Topics in COVID-19 Data Privacy

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

From the invasiveness of new technologies to track the virus to the challenges of working from home, COVID-19 has unleashed a whirlwind of privacy issues. How are governments and employers reacting to our new reality? What new risks come from all this changed activity? Will technologies like wearables, biometrics, and thermal imaging save the day or accelerate a decline into totalitarian monitoring of our bodies, activities, and locations? Join us for a virtual “roundtable” discussion as we discuss the technologies, the legal and regulatory responses, and the burning COVID-19 privacy issues that are turning up in your day-to-day.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Public Law
  • Technology
Disruptionware and Cybersecurity Concerns in Healthcare

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Faegre Drinker’s Jason G. Weiss and Jane E. Blaney explore disruptionware and cybersecurity concerns in healthcare. Jason, a former Supervisory special agent in the FBI, will discuss tips and tricks critical to identifying disruptionware, mitigating risk and responding in the wake of an attack.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
  • Technology
Electric Vehicle Law and Policy Update

1.5 Standard CLE Credits

The law and policy surrounding electric vehicles continues to evolve locally, regionally and nationally.  Lisa Crum, Faegre Drinker, will moderate this highly specialized panel of EV leaders as they discuss current trends in EV regulation and the future outlook for EV expansion in the Midwest.

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  • Public Law
  • Technology
Facial Recognition | Overview of Issues and Litigation, MN Case Report, and Mpls Ordinance

1.0 Standard CLE Credit 

Facial recognition is becoming widely used creating novel legal issues in both criminal and civil contexts. This CLE presents an overview of key issues arising from its use and resultant litigation, explores a Minnesota case where facial recognition was used in a civil context leading to potential criminal exposure, and reviews the issues around the recent passage of an ordinance by the City of Minneapolis regarding use of facial recognition.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Technology
  • Criminal Law
  • Litigation
Federal Funds Available for Broadband, Distance Learning, and Telemedicine in Minnesota

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

With the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress has appropriated funding for broadband-related equipment and services to support distance learning, telehealth, and additional broadband deployment through the CARES Act. Congress has previously allocated funds to programs for broadband-related services that may also be used during this time. This CLE will discuss broadband-related programs and funding status for Minnesota entities. Program content is based on Mendoza Law's Broadband Funding Report which you can read by clicking here.

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  • Technology
  • Public Law
Mutually Assured Destruction? Data Nationalism Picks Up

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Will recent developments in privacy and cybersecurity law “break” the internet?  Will cloud services continue to function across national boundaries?  We will discuss the latest privacy law expansions in the U.S. including the California, Virginia, and Colorado laws that take effect in 2023.  We will also cover recent rulings in Europe, steeper fines, and new laws in China which make transferring data to the U.S. increasingly difficult and risky.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Technology
Protecting Children’s Privacy During COVID-19

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

With COVID-19 still raging, many classrooms are operating virtually, and educators and parents need to understand the privacy implications posed by virtual platforms their students and children are using daily. This CLE will discuss relevant federal child privacy laws, provide examples of how popular video conferencing platforms may be used by schools, and offer some suggestions for parents on how to protect their children’s privacy.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Family Law
  • Technology
  • Public Law
  • Communications Law
Technology and the Future of our Elections

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

In our ever-connected world, technology plays a deeper role in elections than many would imagine. Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon will discuss an array of technological issues that have implications for our free and fair elections, especially in the context of security, accessibility, and election administration.

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  • Technology
  • Public Law
The Basics of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protects websites and other online platforms from liability for a wide range of user-generated content.  This program provides an overview of the history of the statute, and examines how courts have applied it over the past 26 years.

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  • Technology
  • Public Law
Top 10 Tech Law Developments

1.0 Standard CLE credit

What are some of the most important technology law developments over the past year? Notable lawsuits and legislation span areas that include privacy, autonomous vehicles, social media, copyright, patents, trademarks, security, licensing, and biometrics. A technology litigator with experience in cybersecurity, computer forensics, and legal technology will discuss the evolving tech law landscape, as well as trends that will likely continue to affect tech clients and their lawyers in the coming year.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Technology
  • Practice Management & Marketing
Where do NFTs intersect with the LAW?

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Jacob Martin aka @thenftattorney (twitter handle) will walk through a few specific fields of law as applied to NFTs at the intersection of Blockchain, entertainment, IP, securities, and tax issues.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Technology